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No. 418: On penguins, jokers, Gotham’s water supply and Caith crusaders

  Keep cool: Baby, it’s hot out there, but don’t sweat it – you’ve reached the end of this sunny first week of Summer 2019. Well done, dear reader. It’s June 28 out there – National Insurance Awareness Day and National Tapioca Day, both real – and Alboin, king of the Italian peninsula’s Lombards until his assassination on this date in 572 A.D., is still dead. Not tomorrow, Tau Day: In livelier news, June 28…


Nomorobo: A billion blocks, barely breaking a sweat

By GREGORY ZELLER // Another major milestone approaches for robocall terminator Nomorobo, which is on the brink of its one-billionth block Developer Aaron Foss’ multi-platform archenemy of autodialers – still attracting 15,000 users a week, now 2.5 million free-service and paid subscribers and counting – will reach the 10-digit plateau this winter, according to Foss, who estimates about six more weeks before the telemarketer terminator hits the mark. It’s a truly meteoric rise for Nomorobo,…